NASA’s Cassini spacecraft films a large rotating hexagon circling the north pole of Saturn.
Jupiter losing one of it’s stripes.
Never mind Mars’ polar ice caps disappearing, or o myriad of other strange changes taking place in our little corner of the galaxy. But here’s a great post by natural health activist Mike Adams on two major recent observations:
“Some rather grand events are taking place in our solar system that you may want to know about.
For starters, there’s the odd fact that one of Jupiter’s huge red stripes — which is really a massive storm system many times larger than planet Earth — has suddenly disappeared (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencet…). Known as the “Southern Equatorial Belt”, this storm system isn’t exactly permanent: Jupiter’s belts undergo striking transformations every 10 – 15 years, according to astronomers.
Far more bizarre and mysterious is something that NASA’s Cassini spacecraft first noticed in 2007. There is a large rotating hexagon circling the north pole of Saturn. (http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/c…)
This isn’t some conspiracy theory. It’s not some sort of far-fetched interpretation of random organic structure. It is quite clearly a massive hexagon, and it’s circling the north pole of Saturn as we speak. And by “massive”, I mean this hexagon is larger than the planet Earth.” More…